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TBR Pile Reading Challenge

TBR (To Be Read) Pile Challenge is yearly event hosted by Bookish. It’s awesome and I would recommend all the book lovers to consider taking part. I’ll be fun ūüôā

We all have those books. We buy them, win them, they're gifted to us. Then we put them up on a bookshelf and there they stay, collecting dust, waiting for the time when we'll finally decide to pick them up... 
Join us on a quest to dust off your TBR Pile and read all the books you've been telling yourself you'll read next time you'll get a chance.. This is your chance! And we've got PRIZES!!!
-By Bookish

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I am an avid reader and I always read all the books that I buy (actually I buy only those books that I really wanna read!) But sometimes I am gifted some books that I really don’t look forward to read. But one day or the other, I’ll have to read them as I hate giving away my books. So this is the reason¬†I am participating in this challenge.¬†The¬†level I am taking up for this challenge is:¬†1-10¬†– A Firm Handshake¬†The levels go till 50+ books and¬†as per the rules of this challenge- you can’t move down the level but you can move up, so I am taking the lowest level as this challenge is only for the unread books we own¬†(not the ones rented from the library and also not the ones we’ve already read). If I’ll be able to complete these 10¬†books well in time, then I’ll move up the level.

2014 TBR Pile book list:

  1. Stories From Here And There By Sunil Handa (Gifted)
  2. Life Of Pie by Yann Martel (Gifted)
  3. Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus by John Gray (Gifted)
  4. Karl, Aaj Aur Kal by Cyrus Broacha (Gifted)
  5. The Winner Stands Alone by Paulo Coelho (Bought)
  6. 100 Selected Stories by O Henry (Bought)
  7. Catch 22 by Joseph Heller (Gifted)
  8. Windmills Of The Gods by Sidney Sheldon (Bought)
  9. Wheels by Arthur Hailey (Gifted)
  10. Best Kept Secrets by Jeffrey Archer (Bought)
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My 2014 TBR Books
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